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LDH-12

Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) catalyses the reduction of pyruvate to either (R)- or (S)- lactate, while oxidising in turn NADH to NAD+, which is then regenerated using glucose dehydrogenase (GDH).

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NOx storage catalyst (NSC)

Mobile emission controls: Johnson Matthey’s NSC technology removes NOX from a lean gas stream and converts it to N2.

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Amination technology

Amines are compounds derived from ammonia and contain a nitrogen atom with a lone electron pair. Amination is the process by which an amine group is added to an organic compound.

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Fuel processor catalysts

The HIFUEL® catalyst range is designed specifically for distributed hydrogen generation systems such as those used in reformate fuel cell applications.

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Secondary reforming catalysts

The range of KATALCO QUADRALOBE secondary reforming catalysts provide both high stability and high activity, allowing us to offer the best mix of activity, pressure drop and high temperature stability for your application.

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Rh-127

CAS Number: 32354-50-0

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Rh-128

CAS Number: 130296-28-5

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B103032-5

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B104032-5

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B301099-5

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C1-720

CAS Number: 1287255-62-2

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C1-722

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C2-060

CAS Number: 208118-82-5

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GDH-5

Glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) catalyses the oxidation of D-glucose to D-glucolactone, while reducing in turn NAD+ or NADP+ to NADH and NADPH, respectively.

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Metal additive manufacturing

Additive manufacturing of speciality metal powders is a cost effective method of making complex shapes and iterative designs with reduced lead times.

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C101023-5

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C301099-5

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D101002-5

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ENE-107

Ene reductase enzyme for the reduction of C=C double bonds in the presence of an electron withdrawing group

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D302011-5

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